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Fear and terror grip a small Southern town when a cheerleader goes missing. Ginny Westbrook, a budding journalist, seeks out the killer even as she searches for her own identity. Digging too deeply and stumbling upon a string of missing girls, she clashes with a serial killer who harbors a hate of interracial relationships and has a passion for nursery rhymes.

Are the strange occurrences those of the occult or just coincidence? Or could it be an unknown mother, an earlier victim, back from the grave to save her daughter from a similar fate?

©2001 Weyman F. Patterson; (P)2007 Promagic Digital Media

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This could have been a good story but the author chose to narrate his own book. Big mistake! He should have gotten a professional narrator.

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  • Ellenwood, GA, United States
  • 04-22-10

Pretty Maids

This book, highly recommended for mystery lovers, is filled with real life situations and emotions run the gamut!

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  • Decatur, GA, United States
  • 02-20-10

Captivating!

I love a good ghost story and this is definitely one.

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  • Red Bluff, CA, USA
  • 06-27-09

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The narrating for this book is just terrible. The voice really does not do the book any good.